I took my questions to a psychologist in Cincinnati for a final answer.
Why? Well, first, I want to give good recommendations to the Organize 365® community. If ADHD Online is not a good resource, I don't want to refer you to them. Second, I want to continue to do executive function research related to ADHD and organization, so I want to know if I actually have ADHD or not as I go into that project.
Organization is a learnable skill. If we learn the skill of organizing, can we mitigate or eliminate the effects of ADHD?
In this episode, I share with you my story of gathering supporting information from my childhood, taking additional assessments, and speaking with the psychologist to get the final answer. I explain the criteria for an ADHD diagnosis. I also share how in the process, we determined first that I do NOT have dyslexia as I have always been told.
Two interesting things were the clinchers for my final answer. One was speeding tickets, and the other was how I handle money and debt.
Listen to this episode to hear how in the beginning, the psychologist believed there was no way that I could have ADHD and how this all came together to finally find out if I do have ADHD.